Jets coach Rex Ryan and his twin brother Rob, the defensive coordinator for the Cowboys, face off against each other when their teams open the season Sunday night in New Jersey. On Monday, Rob was asked about the foot-fetish video of his brother that surfaced in December, which Rex never directly commented on.

NORTON -- Webb Simpson beat Chez Reavie on the second playoff Monday to win the 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. Simpson birdied the 18th hole in regulation as well as in the playoff and then birdied the 17th (the second playoff hole) to earn the victory. Both golfers finished the tournament at 15-under par.

Patriots fans interested in seeing their team open the season in Miami next Monday might want to check for bargains. According to Barry Jackson in The Miami Herald, Dolphins season ticket sales are in the 40,000s, the worst in 28 years. It continues a downward trend, as the team sold 51,000 season tickets last season, 10,000 less than in 2006.

NORTON -- After the day began with three players tied for the lead at 10-under par, none of the three could distance themselves from the field, creating a crowded leaderboard at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton. Bubba Watson shot a 1-under 70 to finish at 11-under for the tournament and lead by one over five golfers.

2003 Deutsche Bank champion Adam Scott headlines the five players one stroke behind Watson heading into Monday's final round. The others are Jason Day, Brendan Steele, Chez Reavie and Jerry Kelly. There are also five players at 9-under par, two strokes back.

NORTON -- It was a good day for scoring at TPC Boston for the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, as three players were tied for the lead at 10-under par.

Adam Scott fired the low round of the tournament at 8-under 63 to earn his spot at the top of the leaderboard. Bubba Watson and Masters champion Charl Schwartzel share the lead with Scott. Watson shot a 7-under 64, while Schwartzel matched yesterday's round with a 66.

NORTON -- As the third-to-last player in the field, Troy Matteson certainly proved that he belongs at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton as a part of the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup. He carded an opening round 6-under 65 to hold a one-shot lead over four golfers.

Matteson carded seven birdies and one bogey on his round. Only the top 100 players in the FedEx Cup Standings qualified for the tournament, and he sits at No. 97.

Continuing a discussion about this week's death of Wade Belak, the third NHL enforcer of playing age to die in the past four months, concussion expert Chris Nowinski joined the Dennis & Callahan show Friday morning.

Belak's death -- reportedly a suicide -- followed those of Derek Boogaard (accidental drug overdose) and Rick Rypien (suicide), and it has raised attention to the dangers of hits to the head.

The NBA is stuck in a lockout, but Lakers guard Ron Artest continues to make headlines. In an interview with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, Artest guaranteed the Lakers will win the 2012 NBA title. "Win it all," he said he asked how his team will do. "Win the whole thing. That's a guarantee."

Artest, recently named to the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars," wasn't as confident about being successful on the dance floor. "That's going to be a problem," he acknowledged.

Holdout running back Chris Johnson took to Twitter Wednesday to respond to fans who are calling him greedy. After earlier tweeting thanks to fans who "have me in their prayers thru my situation, it's much needed" Johnson wrote that "fake Titans fans" should shut up, adding: I don't have a regular job so don't compare me to you and I can care less if think I'm greedy.

A former payroll manager for the defending World Series champion Giants was arrested and charged with embezzling more than $1.5 million from the team's salary and expense payments. Robin O'Connor, who was fired July 6, allegedly started taking the money beginning in June of last year. Her scheme unfolded when she forged a letter from a team human resources manager in an attempt to explain her boost in income while in the process of applying for a loan to buy a property in San Diego.